Posted: 11/18/2012 2:49 PM
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NCoast65 wrote: Perhaps the level of competition at which he plays............... CR is not by any means a power house.............
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Posted: 11/19/2012 2:48 AM
NCoast65 wrote: It all boils down to who they are playing against............ they can be studs playing Shasta but what are they playing against Butte ??? Butte used as an example......... LEVEL OF COMPETITION !!!! His offer will come down to grades, size, speed, technique and level of athletic ability !!!! NOT promotion.......................
Posted: 11/19/2012 7:39 AM
JC Steiner wrote: What it can also say is his teammates maybe were not that good. I have always believe looking at Tackles For Losses is the best sign to look for in a DL/LB. Its the ability to make a play on the other side of the ball. If you get a tackle 7 yards on your side of the ball they give you credit for the tackle but does that mean you made a good play, No. He maybe a good player, but there is no way to put him up against the LB's at Butte, CCSF and CSM as the level of play is not the same. A player may run for a 1,000 yards at D3, but does that make him a better player then a RB at D1 who runs for 700 yards. D1 is that for a reason, on average the players are better. Don't think playing Shasta is the same as Butte, CCSF or any of the teams in the D1 level.
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